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The industry then tried to make Houston a major coffee shipping port.
First we visit the main shipping port in that sector.
This would not allow the south to get help from any other countries via shipping ports.
Later in the century, Hoboken became better by being a shipping port and industrial center.
In 1836, a shipping port promising raw material was constructed.
Galveston became the world's top cotton shipping port and Texas' largest commercial center.
The city then proceeded to make way for a shipping port as part of an inner harbor design.
Sten followed him to the shipping port and ducked inside.
North, up the west coast of the bay, was Yokohama, the commercial shipping port.
China has sixteen "major" shipping ports with a capacity of over 50 million tons per year.
Now momentum is building to expand the industrial market further, with an emphasis on development near shipping ports.
Today Gdańsk is a major shipping port and tourist destination.
Louisville was a major shipping port and slaves worked in a variety of associated trades.
The beach soon became a successful shipping port.
The area revived as a shipping port and much lumber was milled.
Kokkola was founded as a shipping port for the tar trade.
It is the island's main commercial shipping port.
I don't know which ones, but there are several places big enough to need printing-the shipping ports, certainly."
The city's importance as a shipping port has diminished, but it plays a significant role in Vietnam's offshore oil industry.
She worked to improve the standard of living for workers in Jamaica's shipping ports and sugarcane communities.
It also operated several industrial railways and various shipping ports throughout the province.
Straddle carrier, a large vehicle used to move containers around shipping ports.
There is also a host of industry in the region, mainly shipping ports, rail yards, and oil tanks.
An important shipping port, it was developed for the purpose of transporting agricultural products overseas.
The structure reflects the importance of late 19th century Marquette as an iron shipping port.